Introduction: The study of rural life. The problems of progress. -- The outlook: The expansion of farm life. The new farmer. Culture from the corn-lot. -- Agencies of progress: Education for the farmer. Farmers' institutes. The Hesperia movement. The rural school and the community. The grange. Opportunities for farm women. The country church and progress. A summary of recent progress. -- Forward steps: The social side of the farm question. The needs of New England agriculture. An untilled field in American education. Federation for rural progress
Evidence reported by judyjordan for item ruralprogress00buttrich on January 10, 2008: visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1907.